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Female-Friendly "Creep-free" Dating Apps
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RE: Female-Friendly "Creep-free" Dating Apps
OK my prediction of these "creep-free" services is that they will fail.

What women want and what they say they want are not the same thing.

Women say they want online dating without creeps, but what they really want is self validation.

This comes most easily with no filters. Thousands of messages flooding in saying "baby you're hot!". They will scoff at the messages at the same time as their ego goes up a notch.

Any site that filters male attention out to the point where there are no messages that girls could call "creepy" will have filtered out such a huge proportion of males that simply there won't be enough men for women to want to be on these sites.

The whole point is women want thousands of men clamoring for their attention, specifically so they can ignore and reject them. If there were ever a dating site that had 1 man for every girl, girls would feel positively terrible about themselves. If they ever stopped getting floods of thirsty messages, they'd have to take even more anti-psychotic pills than they currently do.

So maybe sites like Mesh will become specialty queer intersex asexual dating sites for people who follow Feminism 101's rules for how to interact with the other sex.

But for the majority of normal chicks? Tinder and OKC with their flood of beta male attention is what they really want.

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10-01-2014 02:40 PM
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RE: Female-Friendly "Creep-free" Dating Apps - Sonsowey - 10-01-2014 02:40 PM

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